Exactly one week ago, we did this post about sunglasses in natural materials and tits in a natural enviroment. As a follow up, we post another pair of Ray Bans with a natural look to them. The frame is a typical aviator shape, but covered with leather. The style is quite large and called Outdoors Man, the tits are very large and belong to an outdoors woman.
They’re young and they don’t care. The teenage phenomenon blew up in the 1950′es – the kids started to rebel and have a voice of their own. It was during the same period of time Ray Ban changed the sunglasses fashion forever, by introducing the plastic acetate frame. The Wayfarers were the pick of the youngsters, less famous was the Orion style, which I prefer. These are my Ray Ban Orion, produced by Bausch & Lomb ca. 1959. Round and sassy like the tits above.
Today I’m wearing these at the Roskilde Festival. Vintage German army sunglasses, very small and the finest of quality (check out the detail on the metal case I found them in; Bundeseigentum = property of the Bundes Republic). They have a nice little side shield feature welted on, funny detail. They’re kind of related to the cateye style covered here on T.I.T.S. earlier this week, but these tend to be a bit in the butterfly category though.
These German ones actually don’t fit my abnormous face that well, since they’re so small. Just like these tits. They don’t fit my face either I guess. But the photographer has really done a good job with the shades on these tits.
So, as mentioned in the previous post, festivals mean crappy sunglasses. But happy tits. At Roskilde we have a couple of guest photographers, one of them is Polina Vinogradova, check her stuff out. Talented girl with great experience regarding big tits.
We will change sunglasses at least once a day at the Roskilde Festival, and try to spot a pair of tits to match. Today, I’m wearing the Carrera 5621 designed by Porsche, made in Austria (like 50% of all good sunglasses).
The 5621 is a legendary style made extra famous by Eddie Murphy in Beverly Hills Cop II. Defintely a favourite of mine, ridiculously droopy and big, 15 and some centimeters across the frame. And with extra lenses that you can change by lifting the bridge. We received this contribition earlier today, and I think these tits match the shades very well. Droopy and big like the 5621′s, but espcially because of the slight reddish skintone.
When Ray Ban introduced their “Dash” and “Aloha” women styles in the early fifties, the cat-eye design was born. It was the predecessor of the well known Wayfarer, for which the cat reference was toned down. Back then, the Cadillacs had tailfins 1,5 meters high and everything of importance (that’s sunglasses and tits) matched the sharp edges and pointy shape. These tits are reminiscent of the pointy look of that era. And cats. (Got a bit carried away)
Summer is all tits and shades. In 2011, these are unified at TitsInTheShade.com.
You will be provided with a steady flow of vintage collectable sunglasses + tits that go with the chosen style of the day.
We’ll start out with two classics (or is it four? A pair of tits and a pair of sunglasses… That question will pop up frequently, unless we decide now. Let’s make it two). A Lorna Maitland still from the production of Russ Meyer’s “Lorna” and below the Persol (Ratti of course, none of that new crap) 649. They match like Yin and Yang. Agree?